BMW X4 & BMW X6 by Hamann
Hamann went for a double feature, this time, with the well-known garage revealing two stunning new BMW projects, based on the X4 and X6 models. Feature extensive tuning and mods, the vehicles not only look better but feel more exciting due to increased performance and speeds. Both of the models are available for your viewing below, withing the gallery as well as video clips; in the meantime, let’s focus on each of the vehicles, for at least a few seconds.
BMW X4 F26 by HAMANN
The improved variant of the BMW X4 F26 should get fans excited, since the stock version of said model is already pretty popular – and with good reason. The vehicle benefits from all-wheel drive, responsive handling and exceptional performance; imagine what this individualization kit from HAMANN will do to it. The striking aero-kit includes black carbon fiber rear wing, with side flaps, competition front spoiler, a set of four-pieced wheel-house trims, four-pipe sport rear muffler as well as chrome tailpipes. The project was finished off with a set of 21-inch ANNIVERSARY EVO SILVER alloys and HAMANN suspension optimizations. In terms of performance, compared to the standard 313 hp (230 kW) and 630 Nm (465 lb-ft) of torque, the BMW now benefits from 381 hp (280 kW) and 760 Nm (560 lb-ft). It sounds like fun, and I’m sure it looks the same.
BMW X6 F16 by HAMANN
The other BMW was based on the X6 M50d, which now boasts a wide body-kit. The unique design looks menacing, and seems to hint towards impressive performance numbers. The kit is comprised of carbon fiber bonnet, front bumper, front fenders, side skirts, door panels, rear fender extensions, rear bumper, carbon-fiber rear wing including side flaps and stone protection film. This SUV runs on 23-inch ANNIVERSARY EVO SILVER alloys as well, with the lowering suspension kit complementing the vehicle in a cool way – one that can only be appreciated from behind the wheel. Also worth mentioning is the App-controlled four-pipe Active Sound sports exhaust system, working alongside the HAMANN Power Advancement Module to allow the driver to enjoy up to 462 hp (340 kW). Any thoughts on which BMW you would prefer?